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censure
used in Anna Karenina

3 uses
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Definition
harsh criticism; or formal criticism from an organization — such as the U.S. Senate
  • Everyone had something to say in censure or ridicule of the luckless Madame Maltishtcheva,
    Part Two (14% in)
censure = criticism
  • Levin, in his heart, censured this, and did not as yet understand that she was preparing for that period of activity which was to come for her when she would at once be the wife of her husband and mistress of the house, and would bear, and nurse, and bring up children.
    Part Five (44% in)
  • And Alexey Alexandrovitch consented, and Countess Lidia Ivanovna sent the following letter in French: "Dear Madame, "To be reminded of you might have results for your son in leading to questions on his part which could not be answered without implanting in the child's soul a spirit of censure towards what should be for him sacred, and therefore I beg you to interpret your husband's refusal in the spirit of Christian love.
    Part Five (74% in)

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